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As cyber schools have expanded across the nation, the results for students have slipped dramatically.
A flawed test administered in Washington state that sparked local boycotts and intensified the national spotlight on the need for high-quality assessments is no longer mandatory in Seattle-area high schools after this spring. “Finally, educators' voices have been acknowledged,” said history teacher Jesse Hagopian.
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